ESG:EnvironmentalWhat is it?


ESG: Environmental

ESG is currently being used as an important capital market measure. Investors in particular are using ESG criteria in their analyses to identify risks and growth opportunities for companies. Additionally, corporations are increasingly interested in doing business with other businesses who are likeminded in terms of ESG. What does this mean for you? Simply put, your commitment to ESG will put you in a position to attract more investors, and companies will be more inclined to do business with you, as they see you taking positive steps towards the ESG pillars.

Let’s take a closer look at the Environmental pillar of ESG:

Waste & Water Management
Raw Material
Climate Change Vulnerability

What is driving the intense interest in ESG?

As stated above, Investors and shareholders are driving the rapidly growing corporate interest in ESG. As global sustainability risks are sharply on the rise, investors are looking to ESG factors as part of their due diligence process.

The evidence showing that companies who prioritize ESG issues are generating superior long-term financial performance, is undeniable. No wonder why many investors are driving companies to disclose their ESG goals.

Not convinced?  Draw your attention to a *PWC survey that found that 88% of investors believe that companies that prioritize ESG represent better opportunities & 77% of institutional investors intend to stop investing in non-ESG products by the end of 2022.


What Are Some Current ESG Reporting Trends I Should Be Aware Of?

Investors and Shareholders

are driving companies to ESG performance.

ESG global reporting regulations

have increased over 60% in just 4 years.

Approximately 58% of global companies

have carbon reduction targets and approximately 25% have water reduction targets.

*Sources – S&P Global 1200 Index and US companies listed on the S&P 500 Index (State of Green Business 2020, GreenBiz)

How energyware is helping organizations plan for, and deliver on its ESG promises?

As the benefits of ESG continues to make themselves known to the investment community, companies should anticipate more pressure to provide complete, accurate and timely information that demonstrates a commitment to environmental, social and governance objectives.

Here are 4 easy ways for you to make a clear pathway forward to comply with the E in ESG.

  • carbon emissions
  • climate change vulnerability
  • carbon emissions
  • water and waste management
  • raw material sourcing
  • climate change vulnerability
  • carbon emissions
  • water and waste management
  • climate change vulnerability
  • water and waste management
  • climate change vulnerability

Now is a good time for you to focus on improving performance in these areas in order to help you remain competitive. Our solutions, although is only a piece of the puzzle, it is the greatest step forward you can take towards your ESG goals.

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